The Japanese government will help Myanmar set construction standards for roads, bridges and other infrastructure, in a bid to help Japanese companies win development projects here, Nikkei reported. Tokyo will provide around $3.84 million in the three years through 2019. The Japan International Cooperation Agency will also dispatch technicians to the Ministry of Construction. The project will help Myanmar draft standards for materials used in infrastructure based on climate conditions and traffic volume.
Source:Myanmar Business Today
Countries: United Kingdom
Topics: Transport & Logistics and Winning Global Contracts